Jumbly Grindrod

I have been passionate about philosophy ever since I first started studying it at school, and this has led me to obtain a BA, MA, and PhD in philosophy from Cardiff University, King’s College London, and the University of Reading respectively. Studying philosophy is a chance to explore the limits of our understanding, to explore those grand, exciting questions that still generate so much debate, such as: what is right and wrong? What is knowledge? What is existence? The best way to explore such questions is via discussion, and so I have always found teaching to be an incredibly rewarding experience as both teacher and student. I have an extensive background of teaching at university level from my time at Reading, where I have taught first-years all the way through to a post-graduate level in a wide range of philosophical topics, including, ethics, epistemology, logic, and non-western traditions.